Map showing the Location of Twin Lakes Michigan, 23 miles south of Houghton
and 33 miles northeast of Ontonagon on the Keweenaw Peninsula

LODGING, CABINS, COTTAGES, & CAMPGROUNDS in TWIN LAKES

NEW! Hallmark Hut is located in Twin Lakes, 26 miles south of Houghton by the Bill Nicholls ATV, snowmobile, and mountain biking trail with easy trail access. Newly opened, the Hallmark Hut is fully furnished with new appliances, flat screen satellite TV, and Wi-Fi. Across from Lake Roland for swimming, fishing, and boating. Golfing nearby. Hallmark Hut, 32913 N. Parkside Drive, Twin Lakes, (Toivola) MI 49965. Phone: (906) 288-3100.

Krupps All Season Resort, 32170 Emily Lake Road - Twin Lakes, Toivola MI 49965. 906-288-3404. Weekly & Nightly Rates for Modern 1,2, &3 bedroom Lakefront Cabins on beautiful Twin Lakes! Sleep from 1 to 8 people. Campground. Reasonable Rates. Located 23 Miles South of Houghton Michigan on M-26. Highest snowfall area in the midwest. 390" average.

Twin Lakes Resort, 32970 N. Parkside Drive, Twin Lakes,Toivola, MI 49965. (906) 288-3666. Midway between Houghton and Ontonagon in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan. Quiet and comfortable lakefront vacation cottages, fully equipped, 2 and 3 Bedrooms, suitable for 2-7 people. Sandy swimming beach. Monthly rentals available. Open late-May thru mid-Oct.

Bill Nicholls Multi-Use Trail for ATVs, Mountain Bikes, and Snowmobiles.

 

Twin Lakes State Park

Highway M-26 in Twin Lakes,Toivola, MI 49965; Phone: (906) 288-3321. The most popular feature is the sandy, warm beach on Lake Roland that is shallow enough for young children. Open for day use for travelers and area residents. Beach House, Picnic Tables, and a Playground for the kids. 1.5 mile Nature Trail. Lake Roland also offers anglers walleye, crappie, bass and an occasional tiger muskie. Boat ramp. Take M-26 southwest of Houghton 23 miles. 61 campsites. Across from the Bill Nicholls Multi-Use Trail. Cross-country ski trails (not groomed).

 

The Keweenaw Peninsula, also known as the "Copper Country" is the northernmost part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The Keweenaw is well known for its outstanding fishing, old copper mines and ghosts towns, and snowmobiling.

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